Teami Blends 30 Day Detox

Teami Blends 30 Day Detox reviewTeami Blends 30 Day Detox is a nonprescription product that claims to provide users with a cleansing tea. It is designed to be used alongside a regular healthy lifestyle that includes nutritious eating and daily exercise. The goal is to eliminate built-up toxins from the body so it will be able to lose weight more efficiently.

This a very common claim in the nonprescription weight loss industry. There are hundreds of products currently on the market promising to detoxify or cleanse the body of unwanted toxins. In fact, it has become quite the fad in many dieting circles. Unfortunately, many of these products aren’t nearly as good as they promise. In fact, some are so hard on the body that any benefit they provide could be negated by the stress they cause to the various body systems and organs. It isn’t uncommon for doctors to direct their patients not to use these products.

To understand whether or not Teami Blends 30 Day Detox falls into the helpful or harmful category, it’s a good idea to look into the ingredients and consider its usage directions. The claim for this particular product is that both detoxification and weight loss will happen at the same time. It says this will occur because the toxins that are removed from the body cause bloating and slow the weight loss process down. Once they are removed, weight loss can begin at an improved rate.

Every package of this product represents a one month supply of the tea bags if used according to the package directions. This means that there are thirty TeaMi Skinny Tea bags as ell a fifteen TeaMi Colon Cleanse Tea bags. The directions recommend using the TeaMi Skinny Tea every day and the TeaMi Colon Cleanse Tea every other day. This will allegedly improve your complexion, decrease bloating, eliminate toxins from the body as a whole as well as from the internal organs, decrease muscle tightness and spasms, boost energy levels, increase the metabolic rate, begin fat burning, shrink bloating and fix problems with digestion. Those are some rather large claims considering this is a natural tea product.

At the time this review was written, the ingredients within these products were:

• The TeaMi Skinny Tea

Oolong, Yerba Mate, Lime leaf Extract, Lotus leaf, Ginger Root, Dandelion leaf and Rhubarb Root. This makes it a combination of stimulants as well as a couple of diuretics on top of ginger to help calm digestive upset. The ginger would be important not because of existing digestive issues but instead to counteract the possible digestive discomfort side effects the rest of the formula could cause.

• The TeaMi Colon Cleanse Tea

Senna Leaf & Root, Hawthorn Berry Extract, Lotus Leaf, Lime Leaf & Extract, Psyllium Husk Seed, Phaseolus Calcaratus Seed, Rhubarb Root, Poria Cocos Stem Bark and Valerian Root. Those substances are known diuretics, laxatives and even a mild natural sedative, likely to relax the muscles of the body from the discomforts the other ingredients would cause.

It is very important to consult a doctor before using this product. It is quite unlikely that a doctor would recommend its use.

Organic Active Cleanse

Organic Active Cleanse reviewOrganic Active Cleanse is an over the counter supplement that is still being sold from many different retailers and websites, but that may have been discontinued by the manufacturer. It is not entirely clear. While it is still broadly available to be purchased, it looks as though the official website for the product has been taken down. At the time of the writing of this article, it is unclear whether the site is simply being removed or replaced, or if this is an indication that ActiveLabs, the manufacturer, doesn’t have any intention of moving forward with the product.

It may also be that this product name is being phased out and that another similar product is being developed to replace it, as visiting the URL for the previous official website for Organic Active Cleanse now automatically redirects the user to a product called ActiveLabs Raspberry Ketones.

Still, as it remains available to be bought by dieters, it remains just as important to understand what Organic Active Cleanse is all about before buying it or taking it. The first step in considering any diet pill is to speak with your doctor. That way, you will be better able to know if it is a potentially helpful diet pill, but also if it is appropriate for your weight loss needs and expectations, if it is safe for you to use, and if it will conflict with any medical conditions, medications, or supplements you are taking.

The idea behind this product is that you will be able to cleanse the toxins from your system ahead of dieting so that your body will be prepared for improved digestion and you will be better able to lose weight by way of that efficiency. This product is marketed as being the first step of a diet that includes healthful eating and regular exercise.

Unfortunately, that entire concept of cleansing for weight loss is highly controversial. All evidence to support it is anecdotal, and many doctors will actually advise against detoxing and cleansing because it can be quite hard on the organs and systems of the body and can end up doing more harm than good. Moreover, that process can aggravate a broad range of different medical conditions that will only end up being harmful enough to make the benefits not worthwhile.

The promised weight loss benefits associated with Organic Active Cleanse are quite mild. This is because it isn’t supposed to directly cause fat loss, but instead prepares the body for improved fat burning of its own. Since there is risk involved and most doctors advise against cleanses, it may be better to skip this pill and simply choose to eat a more healthful diet combined with fitness appropriate activity levels.

The Master Cleanse

The Master Cleanse reviewThe Master Cleanse is a short-term cleansing weight loss diet that also goes by the name “The Lemonade Diet”. This strategy permits only liquids throughout the length of the diet and is meant to function as a detoxification process for the body in order to kick off a new diet or jumpstart one that is already in progress.

The diet is based on the concepts from a book called “The Master Cleanser”, which was written by Stanley Burroughs. The claims in that publication are that by taking on a strict diet of only liquids, weight loss will be much faster and easier. The diet needs to be maintained for ten days or more for best results, says the book, and the outcome will be a detoxified digestive system and overall improvements in health, happiness, and energy levels.

There are three phases to The Master Cleanse. It starts by easing into the diet, itself. Over a period of three days, processed foods are gradually but rapidly removed from what is being consumed, and liquid based meals are used to replace them. The second phase is the “Lemonade Diet” component. It continues for ten straight days, in which no alcohol or solid food are permitted. The only options that are allowed during the ten days are an herbal laxative tea, a salt-water beverage, and a special type of “lemonade” for which the recipe is on the diet’s website. It consists of water, lemon juice, cayenne pepper, and maple syrup.

The official site recommends that dieters consume a minimum of six to twelve glasses of the lemonade each day. The salt water beverage is consumed once in the morning, and the laxative is taken before bedtime.

The third phase of the Master Cleanse eases the dieter out of the all-liquid phase and back into solids again. Over three days, solid foods should be re-introduced, beginning with soups and juices, and working up toward vegetables and fruits.

It is very important and highly recommended that a doctor be consulted before trying a diet like this one. These types of cleanses can be hard on the organs of the body and can put them into shock. It is also not appropriate for everyone. This type of program could actually be dangerous for people with certain very common medical conditions.

While it is likely that some weight will be lost through the length of The Master Cleanse, as the caloric intake is exceptionally low, most of the pounds that will be lost will be in the form of water. That will be a temporary weight loss, most of which will return once the body is hydrated again. Moreover, there is a risk that the metabolism will have slipped into “starvation mode” during this period of low calorie consumption, and this could make it harder to lose weight and easier to gain it once the diet is over.